Brendan Sheridan captures the Ukraine post EuroMaidan protests in 2014, which saw the removal of President Viktor Yanukovych from power and the start of a war in the east. The Ukrainian government’s decision to suspend the signing of an association –
Sláinte is a nod to the young Irish who inevitably leave the comforts that home provides, as they venture out into the world.
Rachel E Joy Stanley is a fine-art photographer based in London. A recent Goldsmiths graduate, her work is about people — how they create and occupy spaces, and the traces they leave behind. Rachel’s photographs are largely observational and attempt –
Konstantin Frolov is a graphic designer from Moscow, Russia. His work mainly focuses on posters and identity.
Scorched Subway, by Joshua Turner, is a psychogeographic exploration of Pendleton, a small community in Salford (UK), after the realisation that his perspective was being influenced by a single negative stereotype. This photographic work explores the misrepresentation of a community –
Daniel Dale follows a pilgrimage to Tennessee for the 40th anniversary of Elvis’ death.
Rod Mullaney documents life in small towns of South Wales.
In this series Yasmine Akim focuses on women who are inspiring to her. The ongoing project aims to capture their dynamic energy and shed light onto the indomitable strength that they encompass.
Danielle Madeley is a recent graduate from Falmouth University, U.K. whose work predominantly explores the notions of community. She aims to initiate a discussion of the society’s place within art and art’s place within society by engaging her local community –
Finnegan Travers keeps a visual diary of his time spent in Lisbon.